Updated COVID orders begin Friday

TRI-CITY AREA — Updated epidemic orders are due to take affect on Friday, March 5. Among them are increased capacity limits at businesses, the allowance of larger gatherings and resumption of visiting at residential care facilities. Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced...

Attica upgrades air packs for firefighters

FEMA grant helps purchase new gear ATTICA TWP. — The township’s fire department has received financial help to purchase critical equipment for their force. The Assistance to Firefighters grant, administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), has...

Let’s go: Kip’s online presence grows

Imlay farmer named to Rep.’s ag council IMLAY TOWNSHIP — Farmer Kip Siegler keeps doing what he can to put Imlay City and agriculture on the map. His YouTube channel, Kip Sieger Farming, now has more than 20,000 subscribers and he was recently named to Congresswoman...

Knights give to help special needs students

  IMLAY CITY — Proceeds from the Knights of Columbus’s annual Tootsie Roll Drive will help boost special education students at Imlay City Schools. Earlier this month, Council 4556 Grand Knight Rick Woodworth presented a check for $1,200 to Supt. Dr. Stu Cameron....

Weather delays vaccine deliveries

Area Rite Aid pharmacies now administering COVID-19 shots TRI-CITY AREA — Last week’s snow events impacted local and statewide efforts to get residents vaccinated against COVID-19. On Friday, the Lapeer County Health Department received their weekly delivery of 1,000...